Closes January 29, 2021
Co-organizers: Natessa Amin and Kaitlynd O’Doherty
This exhibition will showcase the work and individual practices of the nine current members of FJORD. Founded in 2012, FJORD is an artist-run collective that elevates the visibility of both emerging and established artists from the Philadelphia region. Natessa Amin, Anthony Bowers, Lindsay Deifik, Doah Lee, Theo Mullen, Chrissy Scolaro, Joy O. Ude, Seneca Weintraut, and Katie Wynne.
Mark Randall: The Urban Forest Project
Curator: Camille Murphy, Associate Professor of Art
8 February - 1 April 2021
Soon after the success of the project in New York, Worldstudio received calls from cities across the country inquiring how they could bring the Urban Forest Project to their community. Bethlehem, Pennsylvania is their next stop! 185 artists, designers, illustrators, and photographers from 21 countries were invited to consider the form of the tree, or an allegory for the tree, to make a powerful visual statement. Projected on the walls of the gallery are all the banners from the New York iteration of the project. This virtual portion exhibit is accompanied by artifacts, ephemera, banners, and one-of-a-kind tote bags recycled from the vinyl banners by Jack Spade, a subsidiary of the legendary accessory company Kate Spade. The opening lecture by Mark Randall will be streamed live at https://vimeo.com/
Moravian College Senior Thesis Exhibition
22 April- 8 May 2021
The Senior Thesis Exhibition is the culminating experience of the art major, whereby students in Studio, Photo and New Media, Graphic and Interactive Design, Art Education, and Art History develop a strong cohesive body of work.
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